unwanted pregnancy

unwanted pregnancy

Obstetrics A pregnancy that is not desired by one or both biologic parents. See Teen pregnancy.
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A small number of women will experience unwanted pregnancy on a number of occasions over their lifetimes.
Overall, however, it will definitely help prevent unwanted pregnancy, making it easier for family planning and save the time of attendances at GP practices.
1) Despite the country's strict abortion laws, more than half of respondents who had had (or whose partner had had) an unwanted pregnancy reported that the pregnancy ended in abortion.
For some women, the risk of unwanted pregnancy and the possibility of death in areas where maternal mortality rates are high could outweigh the risks of contracting HIV.
All of us know at least one much treasured child who began life as an unwanted pregnancy.
An unwanted pregnancy permanently alters the lives of the woman, the father, and their families.
I did have an unwanted pregnancy that resulted in an abortion when I was 17.
Contraception means you don't have to take such a drastic step to prevent an unwanted pregnancy, so why do it now?
the construction of unwanted pregnancy as an injury disappeared from the
In Rizaov's view, the devaluation is like an unwanted pregnancy.
Data from 44 studies showed that women with an unwanted pregnancy have a higher incidence of mental health problems in general, but this is not affected by whether or not they have an abortion or give birth.
Researchers said 11 per cent to 12 per cent of the general population suffer depression and anxiety, a figure that rises to about a third of women who have an unwanted pregnancy.